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Old 06-21-2014, 02:44 PM
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air conditioner evaporator drain tubes

Does anyone happen to know where the drain tubes for the air conditioner evaporator exit the bottom of the car? I've crawled under and taken a good look, and didn't see anything obvious around the transmission tunnel. I think the drain tube is partially clogged since on long trips water starts dripping into the passenger footwell...and it's not the roof drains since i've already dealt with THAT issue...

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Old 08-22-2014, 08:42 PM
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front passenger's left foot

if you were to grab the foot of the passenger in the front seat from the pavement, that is where the drain is. To see, just leave your a/c on for about 20 minutes on a very hot day ( i am in tampa so it takes about 2 minutes) and you will begin to see pooling from the drain in that very spot.

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